Travelling to Malta During COVID-19 Pandemic
Travelers wishing to sidestep the EU travel ban and who are willing to quarantine can visit Malta — but make sure you know what you’re getting yourself into before embarking. Passengers who transit via a “safe corridor country,” one that allows US visitors, may enter Malta after they’ve been in that country for 14 days.
For example, US travelers can travel to and stay 14 days in Croatia or Turkey, and then be eligible to enter Malta. All passengers must fill out Public Health Travel Declaration and the Passenger Locator Forms prior to departure.
Your nationality may require a visa for Malta. Please contact us for further information.
However, US Citizens do not require a tourist or business visa for travel to Malta.
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